Links Mar 24

Tax transparency can work for companies if they do it right The Conversation

Life After Loopholes Forces Luxembourg to Rethink Its Future Bloomberg

Ex-Greek finance minister found guilty of tampering with tax list Reuters

A tax haven crackdown would help the developing world Politics.co.uk

Corporate Secrets: A dangerous European directive Mediapart (In French)

Bank scandal shines uncomfortable spotlight on Andorra Financial Times (paywall)

Criminal trial requested as HSBC faces growing pressure ICIJ

Lord Green: I was not ‘asleep at wheel’ at HSBC The Guardian

HSBC: Former tax chief Hartnett expected more prosecutions BBC

News Corp’s $1.4b win on Luxembourg tax ruling The Sydney Morning Herald

UK: Companies aiding tax evaders will be criminally liable The Guardian

UK: Tax avoidance and the NHS – my report for Unite Tax Research UK

What is competitiveness? #2: Paul Krugman Fools’ Gold – rethinking competition

 


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One thought on “Links Mar 24

  1. Robert says:

    Aging populations are going to exert enormous pressures on governments to maintain social services. Unless tax integrity is maintained social justice will be relegated to the scrapheap of history. http://www.clearlytax.com.

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